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Intel 13th & 14th Gen CPU Instability Issues Concern Motherboard Manufacturers, Claims It Will Put Arrow Lake’s Release At Stake

Intel's 13th & 14th Gen CPU issues are causing headaches for motherboard manufacturers, as they fear that it will affect future Arrow Lake releases.

Intel's 13th & 14th Gen CPU Instability & Performance Issues Might Give AMD An Edge As Consumers Start To Look For Alternatives, Could Affect Arrow Lake CPU Sales

We all know how Intel's 14th & 13th Gen CPUs have caused huge trouble for gamers utilizing the firm's latest chips. The fiasco has been quite a long one, with Intel initially being completely clueless about what's causing the issue, but now has discovered a possible cause, as discussed in our previous post.

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For now, Intel's Default Setting guidance & the ETVB BIOS fix is the only way buyers can get out of this trouble, but this has also forced motherboard vendors to reduce power limits for the affected chips, leading to lower CPU performance levels than what was previously possible.

It looks like the problem is transitioning into the "financial" side of the industry, as a Korean outlet, ZDNET, has talked to motherboard manufacturers who have decided to speak up against the problem while maintaining their anonymity. Here's what they had to say:

Well, this means two things. One is that Intel needs to develop a decisive solution as soon as possible since the performance compromises are not only affecting consumers but motherboard manufacturers as well, as they are witnessing reduced sales. The other is that AMD might have a gap to fill in the markets here, as the report suggests that Team Red is seeing higher popularity in the retail sector, exceeding 55% in sales, according to Korean price tracker Danawa. You can check out our most recent coverage of Danawa's report here.

When combining things with the release of AMD's Ryzen 9000 series desktop processors, Team Red can do serious damage to Intel's presence, not just in regional

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